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Security Firm Hacks A Car With A Text

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Need A Parking Space? Look In Your Hand

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Online reviews are many, but it's often difficult to tell the real ones from the fakes. To help sort the genuinely delighted customers from profit-driven praise, researchers at Cornell University have developed software that can successfully tell the difference. Yanik Chauvin/iStockphoto hide caption

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Online Review Too Good To Be True? Sometimes It Is

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Why The 'Anonymous' Hackers Do What They Do

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A buyer tests a Motorola Droid phone in this photo from January. Google purchased Motorola for $12.5 billion, gearing up in a patent war that has seen corporations try to pummel their competitors. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Patent Wars Could Dull Tech's Cutting Edge

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How Steve Jobs Ran Apple

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs delivers the keynote address at the Apple World Wide Developers Conference in June. Jobs announced Wednesday that he would step down immediately as CEO of Apple. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Apple's Steve Jobs Resigns

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What Is Bitcoin?

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